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making news in america this morning, a civil war in the republican party. why paul ryan says he's no longer defending donald trump and the poll that shows hillary clinton with a double-digit lead as she speaks to her biggest crowd yet. we're live with the latest. flooding emergency in the southeast. under water as rivers begin to crest. plus, new hurricane watches posted this morning. and a columbus day protest turns violent overnight when the driver of a truck plows through a group of people. police are now investigating. and stealing the show. a mini trump gets on stage with
to you all. we begin with the battle for the white house getting nastier by the day, it seems as hillary clinton opens up a double-digit lead. >> that's saying a lot. that it's getting nastier. this poll shows clinton ahead by 11 points,-35 as donald trump slips in the poll warning his supporters that the election may be rigged. >> the poll was taken after the release of the 2005 recording in which trump is heard making lewd comments and bragging about groping women wit t as the fallout continues he's unleashing a new threat and angelica spanos has more. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump looking to recover after a rough weekend. his 11-year-old comment made in that tape is creating controversy within the public party. some leaders unendorsing the candidate. donald trump on the campaign trail, warning that more attacks will come if more tapes emerge.
tapes, saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things. there are so many of them. >> reporter: trump is trying to tie hillary clinton to former president bill clinton's indiscretion. >> bill clinton sexually assaulted innocent women and hillary clinton attacked those women viciously. one of them said more viciously than he attacked them. >> reporter: clinton slammed trump for his crude comments in the tapes. >> excuse that it's just locker room wanter. that is just a really weak excuse for behaving badly. and mistreating people. >> reporter: among a record crowd at ohio state university, she told voters they deserve better. >> your generation, the young people of america are the most tolerant, open and generous generation in american history.
also know what you believe. >> reporter: the tape further divided republicans. speaker of the house paul ryan says he will no longer defend trump but instead defend the party's majority in congress. trump reacted in a tweet saying paul ryan should spend more time balancing the budget, rather than fighting him. and both candidates will be heading to the battleground state of florida today. trump is in panama city and clinton will head to miami where she's holding a rally with a gore. kendis, diane. >> yes, and the president will be on the road for her as well in north carolina. anjelica, thank you. the married woman mentioned by trump in that tape is addressing the vulgar comments for the first time talking about nancy o'dell and she denounced trump's disparaging words on her show last night. >> there is no room for objectification of women or for anyone that matter, not even in the locker room and as a mom, i have to add that our kids
to know that their hard work, their achieve many, their intelligence and heart are most important. >> former insiders, that is, from celebrity apprentice claim trump has been caught on camera saying far worse. mgm which now owns the footage says it cannot legally release it but didn't say why. another batch posted by wikileaks appears to show intense strategizing by hillary clinton's inner circle well before she announced her bid for the white hous 24er from the account of clinton campaign chairman john podesta, and the aides were worried bill clinton's business dealings could hurt her hopes. in one an aide lashes out at chelsea calling her a spoiled brat kid and a weather alert for you, the island of bermuda is now under a hurricane watch. the storm named nicole is intensifying in the atlantic and is expected to become a hurricane yet again later on
now, forecasters say it could bring 1-mile-an-hour winds to bermuda on thursday. the severe flooding left behind by hurricane matthew is throwing recovery efforts in particularly north carolina. this video captures what residents there are dealing with. houses surrounded with water, nearly up to the roof. the floodings have closed hundreds of roads including parts of interstate 95 and some rivers in the area aren't expected to crest until friday. abc's matt gutman is flood zone. >> reporter: damage estimates for this storm are in the billions of dollars and in this commercial district you can tell why. all of these businesses swamped but perhaps what's most astounding, the scope of this flooding, that water goes all the way back a mile and a half. >> more than a million people are still without power after that storm. at least 28 deaths from florida to virginia are now being blamed on matthew. the u.s. navy is in haiti trying to help residents there
storm. efforts are being concentrated on haiti's southwest peninsula. the u.n. says 750,000 people in that region will need life-saving help throughout the end of the year. the death toll in haiti has already risen above a thousand and take a look at these new images just coming in. these are before and after shots of communities in haiti and you can see in them entire neighborhoods wiped out. >> quite dramatic and quite dramatic overseas. there is a plea from a humanitarian group to end the doctors without borders wants russia and the syrian government to stop the bombing in aleppo so it can reach the wounded and says there are only 35 doctors serving a population of nearly 300,000. meantime, there's this image. another young face of the conflict. this 4-year-old girl crying and calling for her dad after she was injured in a mortar strike. they were eventually reunited. then we're getting this haunting look of devastation there in aleppo.
buildings reduced to rubble by air strikes and bombings more than 200 people have been killed since the latest offensive began nearly three weeks ago. and supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg released a new writings entitled "my own words" and katie couric sat down with her. one topic they discussed, the national anthem controversy. couric asked about the growing number of athletes following the lead of san francisco 49ers quarterback >> would i arrest them for doing it, no. it's dumb and disrespectful. the same -- i would have the same answer if you asked me about flag burning. i said i think it's a terrible thing to do, but i wouldn't lock a person up for doing it. >> on the topic of donald trump, couric asked whether it would be constitutional to ban an entire religious group from entering the country.
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towards the group but then stops and then the driver hits the gas. at least five were hurt in the incident. police haven't made any arrests. a kidnapped girl from florida expected to be reunited with her family after being rescued in tennessee. 4-year-old rebecca lewis was taken on saturday. hospital workers in memphis spotted her and her alleged abductor in a parking lot monday and called the cops. now, the former family friend identified as west hogs is expected to be charged with kidnapping rebecca. n strike has been averted in the country's third largest school district. the chicago teachers union announced late last night it has reached a tentative contract agreement. the union and school district were negotiating through the long weekend. two ice cream recalls to tell you about. turkey hill pulling containers of dutch chocolate ice cream that actually contained rocky road made with eggs and nuts which could trigger certain food allergies. the 48-ounce packages have the correct rocky road lid but the
states. and blue bell is recalling products made with cookie dough over fears of listeria contamination. it was produced by a company in iowa called aspen hills. that company was also involved in the recall last month of two blue bell flavors. when we come back, matthew 2k57b8ged coastlines in several states but unearthed a piece of history also. an emotional scene at fenway park as big papi walks off the
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some wet roads in the rockies and across the northern plains and midwest. federal regulators joined in the call for galaxy owner owners to shut off their phones. >> some caught fire and it seemed some of the new phones didn't solve the old problems either. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: this morning, the replacement galaxy note 7, the phone that allegedly did this. >> i saw small red burst and then started to smoke. >> reporter: and this. >> i saw smoke and i threw it on the floor. >> reporter: now the subject of a new government warning. regulators telling every galaxy note 7 owner even those carrying the new replacements to power down and stop using it immediately after reports of five fires in the new replacement devices and samsung echoing the warning telling this emto stop sales and exchanges while the company investigates.
through my head. what if my son or daughter were playing with it. what if it was in my pocket. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. the carriers say if you own it, you can exchange for a different model and some carriers are offering refunds altogether. a california hiker recovering this morning after an encounter with not just one but two bears. the man was in the angeles national forest when he encountered a bear on the track. as he began backing away from him. >> at that time he did not see a second bear off to his left who came up and started attacking him. he was able to fight the bear off and eventually the bear went in the other direction. >> so the victim who suffered a head injury and multiple cuts to his head upper body, legs and feet made his way down the trail and back to his home where he was able to call for help.
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his entrance into political campaign history. he asked about the now legendary outfit he wore for his life-changing debate appearance. >> explain what happened with the red sweater. you originally weren't supposed to wear that, right? >> no, it was going to be an olive colored suit that i like invest. my grandfather helped me pick it out a few years ago but apparently i have gotten somewhat more fat since then and when i got into my car i split the seat out of my pa hi to do an emergency wardrobe change. >> somewhat more fat. awesome. >> kimmel asked how he developed his style and he said, quote, i would love to say that i was born with way but my wife dresses me just like all great americans. >> true, true. as he went on the air as we went on the air bone had 78,000 twitter followers. that number still rising and #kenbonefacts still trending.
out. >> izod happy about it. >> mini trump. >> he was passed to the republican nominee on stage last night at a campaign event in pennsylvania. the outfit he had on looked just like trump's. all the way down to his hairstyle. and trump clearly enjoyed their time together. >> now, he's supposed to look like donald trump but he's actually much too good looking. you are really handsome. where's your dadd right. do you want to go -- do you want to go back to them or stay with donald trump. >> trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> and the button he was wearing said vote. i think he might be too young for that. good advice. someone on the internet thought there was too much bickering so made this video. >> thank you. ? waiting for so long now now i finally found someone to stand by me ?
and we felt this magical fantasy ? ? now dancing in our eyes there is owe no way we could disguise ? >> so good. ? so we take each other's hand because we -- >> yes, a little serenade to "time of my life." >> you win at the internet whoever made that video. >> absolutely. thank you. enjoy this, it's the best thing yoll
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c challenge! checking our top stories, hillary clinton and donald trump are both campaigning in florida today. trump is threatening to go after bill clinton harder if more damaging tapes are released. wikileaks published another 2,000 e-mails reportedly from hillary clinton's campaign chairman. they show clinton's inner circle strategizing over presidential bid long before she actually declared her and flooding in north carolina left behind by hurricane matthew is showing no signs of easing. some rivers aren't expected to crest until friday. meanwhile, more than a million people still don't have power following the storm. as for the rest of the country today sunny along the west coast, rain and snow from the rockies all the way to the upper midwest. warm and sunny for most of the rest of the country. and finally this morning, there wasn't much laughter on the debate stage sunday night. >> no, not at all.
late night comedians managed to squeeze out humor. >> what a great time to be in washington. the nationals won yesterday. [ cheers and applause ] the redskins won yesterday and the orange skin lost. >> 67 million people watched donald versus hillary and very rarely is a sequel bitter than the original but this was. >> you might remember during first debate you might remember trump was sniffing a lot. but trump blamed it on a faulty microphone is what he said. last night was a new debate. brand-new microphone so i'm sure that took care of the problem. >> here with us tonight. four years later. talking about you, hillary. ? >> okay, donald.
>> there are 3.3 million muslims in the united states. how will you help people like me deal with the consequences of being label as a threat to the country after the election is over. >> how can a muslim be undecided between hillary and trump? that's like a stoner having trouble between deciding ordering pizza and calling the cops. you see another man asked hillary clinton and donald trump to say one positive thing that they respect about each other. at which point both candidates claimed their microphone was broken. >> trump campaign manager kellyanne conway said last night's debate was a good night for democracy. but i think what she really meant was good night, democracy. no, but i want to stay up and watch the debate. no, democracy, go to bed. it will just give you nightmares. >> they're having fun with that and ken bone. >> i still think "the time of my
what's making news in stay with us for "good morning america" and >> a firefighter hurt on the job overnight as the flames spread from one home to are facing off this morning. the harsh words that paul ryan has for donald trump and why he's backing out on campaign events. >> plus, we're on weather watch 12. we look live outside. you can expect some showers this morning and a warm day ahead. when you can lose the umbrella and the jacket. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:3 on this tuesday, october 11th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. good morning, sal.